College suffers setback in bid to recover Sh11.2m fees
Kericho Technical Institute is staring at a loss of Sh11.2 million for training officers from a flower company.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
College suffers setback in bid to recover Sh11.2m fees
Sh 700m land to be reverted to state
Axed judge had facilitated transfer of the property to a company where he was a director.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Sh 700m land to be reverted to state
State gets millions as parties bargain
Some 48 out of 2,313 defilement and six of 208 incest cases were convicted on plea bargain.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
State gets millions as parties bargain
Covid-19 offences higher than other crimes since March
The cases are handled based on the guidelines formulated after the March 13 directive on curfews issued by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Covid-19 offences higher than other crimes since March
Regional court set to rule on Karua case
The Supreme Court dismissed her appeal against the High Court’s decision on the grounds that its time to hear the matter had lapsed.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Regional court set to rule on Karua case
Lawyer dies before joining the labour court as a judge
It has been said that the President was holding on to the list because of integrity questions facing some nominees.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Lawyer dies before joining the labour court as a judge
Tamarind ordered to deposit Sh3.2m in case with musicians
They earned monthly salaries of Sh34,400 and Sh40,200 respectively but their services were terminated.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Tamarind ordered to deposit Sh3.2m in case with musicians
Gichuhi sues LSK over senior counsel rank call
The rules require that application for the rank should be determined within six months from the date of the deadline.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Gichuhi sues LSK over senior counsel rank call
Judiciary to reduce backlog of cases in September
Since March, 19 court stations have reported cases of Covid-19, leading to seven of them closed to allow for testing and quarantine of the affected st
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Judiciary to reduce backlog of cases in September
Traders’ pain as goods rot in court
The issue is further complicated because the pandemic has seen most law firms closed or operating with lean staff to assist clients in distress.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Traders’ pain as goods rot in court
Patients in Sh63b deal still a mystery
This is because the government will carry the burden of disposing equipment with high radioactive materials, which are a risk to the environment.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Patients in Sh63b deal still a mystery
Keep off, sanitise your minds from harming others, Judge Odunga tells jilted lovers
The judge was speaking in a case in which a law enforcement officer had applied for re-sentencing
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Keep off, sanitise your minds from harming others, Judge Odunga tells jilted lovers
Reprieve for AG and Solicitor General in delisting attempt
The two, whose jobs are on the line, got the orders ahead of the society’s Annual General Meeting scheduled for July 23 that would have delisted them.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Reprieve for AG and Solicitor General in delisting attempt
Sirisia MP Waluke to serve 67 years in prison
Trial Magistrate Elizabeth Juma said Waluke and Wakhungu are to serve the lengthy jail terms if they do not pay the fines amounting to over Sh2b.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Sirisia MP Waluke to serve 67 years in prison
Decision to declare Gor KPL champions now a legal dispute
FKF now objects to KPL case
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Decision to declare Gor KPL champions now a legal dispute
Audited FKF’s financial accounts to be given to caretaker committee
Mwendwa faces contempt suit as protagonists move Sports Disputes Tribunal to order Sports Cabinet Secretary to constitute a Normalisation Committee an
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Audited FKF’s financial accounts to be given to caretaker committee
EACC to use dead man’s statement to recover Sh283m
Three appellate judges said the document was admissible under the Evidence Act, having been given in previous proceedings.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
EACC to use dead man’s statement to recover Sh283m
Team to track supply, use of donated blood
He said a register and IT system should enable the tracking of blood from donation to utilisation and supply.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 3 years ago
Team to track supply, use of donated blood
Judiciary recalls judges and support staff amid virus crisis
The officers are expected to indicate the number of pages typed by each court during this period
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Judiciary recalls judges and support staff amid virus crisis
Sonko sunk himself into a hole, and kept digging
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s advisors contributed to the dilemma his government is facing, the Sunday Standard has learnt.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Sonko sunk himself into a hole, and kept digging
Treasury firm on funds allocation as 16 counties clear pending bills
County governments are racing against time to clear pending bills worth Sh51.2 billion to avoid being locked out of funds allocation by the Treasury.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Treasury firm on funds allocation as 16 counties clear pending bills
Judiciary collects Sh1.6 billion in court fines
The Judiciary raised Sh1.6 billion in the last financial year through court fines, fees, forfeitures and other charges.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Judiciary collects Sh1.6 billion in court fines
Judge Aganyanya dies suddenly of heart attack
Justice Aganyanya had hoped to live and see an end to corruption in the country's Judiciary, but he died this week without seeing his dream come true.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Judge Aganyanya dies suddenly of heart attack
Firm wants Sh174m for renovating RVR coaches
A company that renovated train coaches for Rift Valley Railways (RVR) is embroiled in a legal tussle over non-payment of Sh174 million.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Firm wants Sh174m for renovating RVR coaches
Justice Odek: Law scholar with a big heart who loved fine things in life
Court of Appeal judge James Odek who died early this week, loved good things and shared his spoils with the common man in his village.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Justice Odek: Law scholar with a big heart who loved fine things in life
ODM petitions government over Sh4.1 billion
The money based on a 0.3 per cent of the national revenue collected between 2012 and 2016 was awarded to ODM
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
ODM petitions government over Sh4.1 billion
Bungoma County loses land case against former PC
In court documents, Makhanu stated that the leasehold was signed by the Land Registrar in Bungoma.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Bungoma County loses land case against former PC
Thousands of HIV kits expire next month
Thousands of unused HIV rapid strip test kits in county laboratories will expire on November 6 and will have to be disposed of.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Thousands of HIV kits expire next month
Judges hands tied as hate speech cases flop in court
When the “Pangani Eight” politicians walked to liberty last week, they affirmed the predictable fate of hate-speech cases.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Judges hands tied as hate speech cases flop in court
Muthama’s former wife loses property dispute
Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama’s former wifehas lost an attempt to stop him from alienating 50 per cent of his shares in two companies.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Muthama’s former wife loses property dispute
Evidence from mass wedding saves widow
The best man in a wedding and the presiding pastor handed a widow a lifeline after her in-laws disowned her.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Evidence from mass wedding saves widow
Copyright law does not protect artistic work in film
Airtel Kenya used the argument based on the Copyright Act to win a case.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Copyright law does not protect artistic work in film
ODM yet to decide on Jumwa’s case
ODM is looking at three options that will determine whether Jumwa is to be welcomed back
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
ODM yet to decide on Jumwa’s case
State to vet expatriates for new jobs
State to vet expats in tourism and hospitality sector, CS Balala says they will only be hired for jobs where there is no local expertise.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
State to vet expatriates for new jobs
All unexplained funds and assets belong to the State, Court of Appeal declares
People who acquire property unlawfully cannot claim protection provided by the legal system.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
All unexplained funds and assets belong to the State, Court of Appeal declares
Petitions causing a headache at the Supreme Court
Kenya is staring at a judicial paralysis as six out of the seven judges of the highest court in the land, fight for survival.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 4 years ago
Petitions causing a headache at the Supreme Court
EACC out to recover Attorney General's house
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) wants to recover land worth Sh500 million on which the Attorney General’s official residence once stood
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 5 years ago
EACC out to recover Attorney General's house
How Uhuru’s gift to student pilot came crashing
An aviation student whose college fees was cleared by President Uhuru Kenyatta is now stranded after the institution suddenly closed down.
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 5 years ago
How Uhuru’s gift to student pilot came crashing
Lawyers remove HELB, KRA clearance requirement for LSK candidates
Lawyers vote in support of motion seeking removal of compulsory HELB and KRA clearances for candidates eying LSK posts
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 5 years ago
Lawyers remove HELB, KRA clearance requirement for LSK candidates
House team meets amid calls for radical change in JSC composition
Parliamentary Justice and Legal Committee will this week meet over the looming crisis at the Supreme Court
By Everlyne Judith Kwamboka 5 years ago
House team meets amid calls for radical change in JSC composition
KTB seeks to increase tourist numbers to 3 million
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